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Robot journalists revive hyperlocal communities left behind by declining regional media | Media news
"Local media no longer cover local sports below a certain level in the league system," said Campbell.

"In most cases, the choice is not between a well-written text by a journalist, or an automated article produced by a robot. The choice is between a robot text, or no text at all."

The ultimate judge here is the audience and, by the looks of it, readers do not really mind. In a small survey of 102 people by MittMedia, the founder of United Robots, 68 percent of respondents said they did not even realise the article was written by a robot.
robotjournalism  automation  Hyperlocal  sport  t 
8 weeks ago by paulbradshaw
Twitter
RT : All journalists people need to read this Tony Hall, Director-General of the BBC give…
community  hyperlocal  from twitter
april 2019 by paulbradshaw
Goodbye from the founder of Birmingham Updates - Birmingham Updates
I believe news should be delivered in a concise way with the audience and good morals at the forefront of the publishers’ mind.
...
We’ve also started to build a partner network of, incredible businesses from retail giants (Selfridges and John Lewis) to local brands (Birmingham Museums Trust and Aston University) to help expand their reach online and put BU onto a sustainable footing.
ethics  independence  bu  Birmingham  Blogging  blog  birminghamupdates  partnership  Hyperlocal 
february 2019 by paulbradshaw
What About the Hyperlocals?: The drivers, organization and economy of independent news media in Sweden: Journalism Practice: Vol 13, No 1
Using a survey of a sample of hyperlocal actors in Sweden (N = 178), this article examines preconditions, motivations and sustainability for hyperlocal media operations, outside the traditional media chains, in order to provide a picture of their function in the current media landscape, and to further build on the understanding of the hyperlocal business model. This study extends the hyperlocal definition by including media platforms other than websites. The results show that the operations indeed aim to support and foster citizenship, strengthen democracy and mirror the local community. At the same time, as shown by other studies, the fact that they are not large-scale, highly profitable operations may challenge their sustainability. Nonetheless, most of them claim to be profitable, largely because of the print platform, and have a positive outlook on the future. Revenues from advertising and readership are currently less substantial for Web-based operations, which reinforces the need to broaden the definition of hyperlocal publishing platforms when talking about financial sustainability. Currently, hyperlocal media in Sweden, with small resources and a lower publishing frequency, cannot be viewed as a replacement of established media, but play important roles as complementary alternative voices and contribute to media plurality in the local community.
Research  Hyperlocal  sweden 
january 2019 by paulbradshaw
Data for the community - a look at how data assets are being used at a local level - Power to Change
This report aims to assess the extent to which data is being used at a local level. It narrates findings from a cross-section of local authorities, charities, democracy activists, civil society, and community businesses. It contains a display of uses of the most interesting community level datasets by ‘early adopters’ in local authorities, neighbourhood civil society organisations and community businesses. The data used is found in national datasets, postcode information, local surveys, or in proprietary data assets provided by business intelligence organisations.
opendata  research  report  hyperlocal  t  localjournalism 
november 2018 by paulbradshaw
Can this network of lit-to-be-local newsletters unlock younger civic engagement? » Nieman Journalism Lab
. 6AM is a network of six sites structured around daily newsletters and Instagram Stories of what are the cool kids in town up to, with a civic engagement flair. But instead of using venture funding or starting from scratch, 6AM is a spinoff of (gasp) a legacy print company: Community Journals Publishing Group, a small chain of business journals and magazines based in Greenville, South Carolina.
email  newsletters  hyperlocal  t  youth 
november 2018 by paulbradshaw
Hyperlocal News And Media Accountability: Digital Journalism: Vol 6, No 8
This study investigates how hyperlocal entrepreneurs interpret and undertake the role of accountable journalism, but it still acknowledges the many roles hyperlocal news may hold in a local community. The analysis is built on the approaches within this group toward (1) business and (2) journalism. The findings suggest that the focus of (A) nonprofit/nonprofessional could be to mirror community events, often as a “positive” counter-image. Within (B) nonprofit/professional, interrogative reporting could be viewed as a contribution to the common good. Niches of news alerts and partnership content are found within (C) for-profit/nonprofessional, while a full news standard is the (struggling) ambition within (D) for-profit/professional. The argument can be made that a deeper understanding of how media accountability can be addressed and/or promoted in this diverse sector of scarce resources is a vital question for policymakers, educational institutions and the public – as well as for the future of local journalism.
Research  Hyperlocal  accountability 
november 2018 by paulbradshaw
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Guest post by - a frank interview with about the relations between and the r…
hyperlocal  from twitter
august 2018 by paulbradshaw
Twitter
publisher tried out Facebook's Surveys for Pages feature to find out about audiences in…
Hyperlocal  from twitter
august 2018 by paulbradshaw
Twitter
RT : Why did I set up a community website in my town, despite the presence of a thriving weekly…
news  hyperlocal  from twitter
august 2018 by paulbradshaw
Hyperlocal and community news sector ‘far more stable’ than previous years but still no ‘silver bullet solution’, report finds – Press Gazette
London School of Economics this month published a report titled “Hyperlocal news: after the hype” which said small community-oriented publications began “popping up” five to ten years ago and appeared to provide an antidote to the “doom and gloom” surrounding the local news industry.
hyperlocal  research 
august 2018 by paulbradshaw
C4CJ awarded six-figure fund from Google DNI Fund | Centre for Community Journalism
In collaboration with the Media Innovation Studio (MIS) at the University of Central Lancashire, VMN will enable publishers to easily access, buy and republish high quality editorial content from community and hyperlocal news organisations across the UK.
dni  google  newswires  c4cj  syndication  Hyperlocal 
july 2018 by paulbradshaw
Twitter
I notice there's more than one copy... expect a knock on your door soon ...
hyperlocal  from twitter
july 2018 by paulbradshaw
Twitter
RT : One of the reasons why local and is so important to communities - shining lights into dark…
journalism  hyperlocal  from twitter
june 2018 by paulbradshaw
Twitter
This is part of 's MA work on sustainability in publishing - has been grea…
hyperlocal  from twitter
june 2018 by paulbradshaw
Playbook for Launching a Local, Nonprofit News Outlet - Shorenstein Center
The project builds on the News Revenue Hub’s experience working with news organizations, industry groups, and researchers across the country. In line with the Hub’s mission, this playbook is designed to give emerging journalism ventures the tools they need to get started as they establish sustainable operations and fortify access to quality journalism in communities everywhere.
Hyperlocal  bm  guide  t 
june 2018 by paulbradshaw
How Pakistani Journalists Subvert Danger - and the Narrative - with Data - Global Investigative Journalism NetworkGlobal Investigative Journalism Network
In Balochistan Government Builds Roads While People Sink Further into Poverty, Adnan Amir dances neatly around Balochistan’s corrupt procurement process with data. He did not expose the corrupt actors, but told the stories of innocent victims. Through a data-driven comparison with FATA, he shows how siphoning off public funds has left Balochistan’s citizens sicker, poorer and less educated than their neighbors. He could not get access to, and probably would not risk publishing, data from the Balochistan procurement database to identify the thieves.

Instead, in a follow up story, In Balochistan, Five Times More People Die in Highway Accidents than Suicide Blasts, published in late February, he offered the government an easy way to save face and improve access to healthcare. Sure enough, the National Highway Authority signed a Memorandum of Understanding on March 18 to establish five trauma centers along Balochistan’s highways.
pakistan  s  dj  solj  sj  Hyperlocal 
may 2018 by paulbradshaw
Who Gets Vocal About Hyperlocal: Neighborhood involvement and socioeconomics in the sharing of hyperlocal news: Journalism Practice: Vol 0, No 0
This study examined the characteristics of readers who share hyperlocal news in person, over email, and through social media. A reader survey of 10 hyperlocal news websites that operate in a variety of communities in the United States was conducted (n = 2289). More readers indicated sharing hyperlocal news in person than through email or social media. Higher neighborhood involvement and higher education tended to characterize readers who shared hyperlocal news via each of the three channels. Education moderated the association between neighborhood involvement and sharing news in person and via social media. These results suggested that highly involved readers with little education used social media more than their highly educated neighbors to share news from hyperlocal websites. The study extends the precepts of channel complementarity theory into the domain of online news sharing.
Research  Hyperlocal  distribution 
april 2018 by paulbradshaw
The Bottom-Up Media Revolution: How Social Entrepreneurs are Building Trust Between Communities and the Media
Based on a deep analysis of fifty Ashoka Fellows whose primary aim is addressing problems associated with media, the report shows the five overarching goals that unite their work and the various approaches they have adopted to achieve them.

The five overarching goals include:

Improving the infrastructure and environment within which the media operatesImproving standards of reporting to strengthen the quality of journalismEnsuring the media is a vehicle for civic engagementMaking the media a self-sustaining businessIncreasing media literacy by providing the public with diverse and representative content.
research  report  trust  bm  hyperlocal 
april 2018 by paulbradshaw
This hyperlocal news site in San Francisco is reinventing itself with an automated local news wire » Nieman Journalism Lab
Hoodline’s major offering is an automated news wire service focused on the local stories that can be found by mining large data sets, whether from city governments or from private companies like Yelp and Zumper. It handles the raw data and data analysis side of things: collecting available public data sets, forming partnerships with private companies to use their data, and narrowing trends and other local news topics that might be worth pursuing as stories down to the neighborhood level. Then it generates articles from this cleaned-up data using automation software (with help from Automated Insights, also used by the Associated Press), which are then available to news organizations interested in data-backed stories helpfully localized for the communities they cover.
robotjournalism  dj  hyperlocal 
february 2018 by paulbradshaw
What About the Hyperlocals?: The drivers, organization and economy of independent news media in Sweden: Journalism Practice: Vol 0, No 0
Using a survey of a sample of hyperlocal actors in Sweden (N = 178), this article examines preconditions, motivations and sustainability for hyperlocal media operations, outside the traditional media chains, in order to provide a picture of their function in the current media landscape, and to further build on the understanding of the hyperlocal business model. This study extends the hyperlocal definition by including media platforms other than websites. The results show that the operations indeed aim to support and foster citizenship, strengthen democracy and mirror the local community. At the same time, as shown by other studies, the fact that they are not large-scale, highly profitable operations may challenge their sustainability. Nonetheless, most of them claim to be profitable, largely because of the print platform, and have a positive outlook on the future. Revenues from advertising and readership are currently less substantial for Web-based operations, which reinforces the need to broaden the definition of hyperlocal publishing platforms when talking about financial sustainability. Currently, hyperlocal media in Sweden, with small resources and a lower publishing frequency, cannot be viewed as a replacement of established media, but play important roles as complementary alternative voices and contribute to media plurality in the local community.
Hyperlocal  Research  sweden  bm  t 
november 2017 by paulbradshaw
Twitter
RT : As provide grants to support journalism, read case studies of innovative hyperlocals…
hyperlocal  from twitter
october 2017 by paulbradshaw
Local Journalism in the Pacific Northwest: Why It Matters, How It’s Evolving, and Who Pays for It
Strong, effective, local journalism is essential for the health of the wider media ecosystem and in ensuring that the information needs of communities are met. But this sector has faced multiple challenges in recent years including declining revenues, smaller newsrooms and shuttered titles. How are local news organizations responding to these challenges, and what can be done to more effectively share successes across the media and news sectors?

A new report from the University of Oregon’s Agora Journalism Center addresses those questions, through the lens of 10 news outlets, in the Pacific Northwest.

These titles serve as a microcosm of the wider local news industry in the United States, who are similarly addressing fundamental strategic questions related to the revenue and business models, use of digital platforms and the impact of this changing journalistic practice.
Report  Hyperlocal  us  localjournalism 
october 2017 by paulbradshaw
How graduate-founded The Lincolnite is giving traditional media a run for their money | The Drum
the digital native company hosts Lincolnshire Tech Week, a conference and expo held in conjunction with the business development department at Lincolnshire County Council. Its events team has for three years hosted the Lincolnshire Digital Awards, which attracts an audience of around 300. And the Lincolnshire Business Expo, held at Lincolnshire Showground, is the biggest B2B event in the county, with an attendance of 1200.
Hyperlocal  bm  events  Advertising 
september 2017 by paulbradshaw
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All the data for this story is in a GitHub repo
hyperlocal  ddj  from twitter
september 2017 by paulbradshaw
LAMBETH PEOPLES’ AUDIT 2015/16
RT @PeoplesAudit: #bbcsp We will be on this Sunday’s @daily_politics talking about our @PeoplesAudit of #Lambeth council:
OpenData  dj  Hyperlocal  lambeth  report  institutions  bbcsp 
july 2017 by paulbradshaw
Twitter
This is a great report for journalism students and bloggers to get ideas from (and data journalists)…
hyperlocal  from twitter
july 2017 by paulbradshaw
Twitter
This passage suggests publishers may not have to get in bed…
hyperlocal  from twitter
may 2017 by paulbradshaw
News: Trinity Mirror launches InYourArea: InPublishing
For the first time local news, traffic & travel, weather, things to do, property prices, planning applications, public notices, crime statistics, police updates, retail news, food hygiene ratings and more will be accessible in one place.

InYourArea.co.uk combines and aggregates this data in real time down to postcode level and the platform offers consistent, rich, real time information for each postcode without the dependency on needing a highly active community of contributors.

Darren Sher, Head of Emerging Products at Trinity Mirror, said: "There is a wealth of hyperlocal news, data and information in many different places, but it's fragmented and difficult to access in a user friendly way. InYourArea will change that. It has the potential to be for local news and information what search engines were for the internet: a gateway to vast amounts of data and information that is currently hard to access but highly relevant to people's lives.
Hyperlocal  people  tm  aggregation  personalisation  email  native  algorithms 
may 2017 by paulbradshaw
Can The Ferret be a Watchdog?: Understanding the launch, growth and prospects of a digital, investigative journalism start-up: Digital Journalism: Vol 0, No 0
There has been a recent, rapid growth in the number of digital start-ups seeking sustainable models for conducting journalism alongside a relative lack of detailed, empirical research about such organisations. This article addresses this gap by analysing The Ferret—a recently launched investigative journalism platform threatening to “nose up the trousers” of power in Scotland. Based on in-depth interviews with members of The Ferret’s Board of Directors, the article explores the motivations behind the launch of the co-operative, examines its growth to date and critically assesses its prospects of achieving a sustainable future. It finds The Ferret was a response to three perceived crises: democratic, economic and ethical. Its founders call upon the traditions and mythology of journalism while seeking to offer a new version of what journalism might be. Funded mainly by subscriptions, The Ferret has achieved slow but steady growth, but only survives due to the subsidised labour of its core team. The organisation is now reaching a tipping point where, if it is to endure, it must expand beyond its journalistic base, while building a much fuller understanding of the nature and motivations of its paying audience.
Research  ferret  ij  Scotland  Hyperlocal  Crowdfunding  bm  startup 
march 2017 by paulbradshaw
From Audience to Reporter: Recruiting and training community members at a participatory news site serving a multiethnic city: Journalism Practice: Vol 11, No 2-3
This study explores a hyperlocal news website that has trained dozens of community members to report on their own multiethnic city. It examines two approaches to participatory media used by the site: a loose community contributor model based around monthly in-person meetings and a more structured youth training program. Using the observations of the founding editor (the lead author), a professional journalist who facilitated both programs, as well as feedback from content contributors collected through a focus group, interviews and written reflections, we look at the process and investigate the outcomes on contributors’ sense of agency to tell local stories. Reflecting on best practices and key challenges, including sustainability, we situate this case within the context of the rise of locally based community news websites, and changing ideas of what defines a journalist.
Research  diversity  Hyperlocal 
march 2017 by paulbradshaw
The Associated Press’ plan to put hyperlocal data in the hands of reporters | TechCrunch - Linkis.com
RT @NewsinBrum: The Associated Press’ plan to put hyperlocal data in the hands of reporters via @techcrunch @paulbradshaw @bcumedia
ap  data  dj  Hyperlocal 
march 2017 by paulbradshaw
Head of Local News Partnerships | Jobs and careers with BBC
You will have:

A well-developed knowledge of the media industry in the UK, its main players and the challenges it faces
Experience of working on high level strategic projects using analytical and interpersonal skills and
Strong editorial experience and an understanding of news and sport newsgathering, production and publishing techniques
A track record of working successfully with external partners and an ability to work collaboratively with different departments within the BBC
ojjobs  Hyperlocal  t 
february 2017 by paulbradshaw
Twitter
RT : Interested to hear if any publishers are applying or working with a major org as partner?…
independent  hyperlocal  from twitter
february 2017 by paulbradshaw
A quick history of the BBC and social media | Made of Stone
1997 – The first BBC message board launches for the old Radio 4 programme; Home Truths closely followed by EastEnders, & Doctor Who (even though it wasn’t to return to the BBC for another 8 years). A fairly crude third party piece of software was used until replaced by an internal system dubbed Howerd 1 (after Frankie’s 70s stage show “A funny thing happened on the way to a forum” – geddit ?). It was replaced by Howerd2, only meant to be a brief temporary upgrade. It lasted 4 years.

1998 – Lizzie Jackson is hired to become the BBC’s first Category Manager for Communities. The BBC’s community team grows until at its peak there are 8 community managers for different BBC depts.  The BBC’s first guidelines for hosting and moderation are established.
history  bbc  cm  ugc  cj  blogging  Hyperlocal 
january 2017 by paulbradshaw
BBC Local Democracy reporter scheme “bundles” likely to scupper hyperlocal bids – Jane Haynes Journalism
BBC Local Democracy reporter scheme “bundles” likely to scupper hyperlocal bids – Jane Haynes Journalism
Hyperlocal  bbc  janehaynes  studentwork  med7007  t 
january 2017 by paulbradshaw
Centre for Community Journalism launches network to represent independent news publishers | Media news
An online forum will be launched at the beginning of 2017, a part of which will be public and available for any publisher to join and participate. Members of the network will have access to a smaller, "behind closed doors", part of the forum where they can discuss sensitive business information.
Hyperlocal 
december 2016 by paulbradshaw
Patch Rebounds After Split From AOL - WSJ
Patch has also been experimenting with the type of content it produces. Email notifications are now a large traffic-driver for many Patch sites, and account for around 20% of inbound traffic on a monthly basis. On Monday morning, for example, an email blast was sent to subscribers in Newport, Rhode Island alerting them that an anonymous threat had been made against a local school.

Patch has also made an effort to forge relationships with police departments, schools and other local institutions, to help them disseminate information to local communities.
Hyperlocal  patch 
december 2016 by paulbradshaw
Local Journalism in a Digital World - Kristy Hess|Lisa Waller - Palgrave Higher Education
The majority of journalism graduates find themselves working in local settings at some point during their careers; this book will equip them with an excellent understanding of the field today, and will also provide rich theoretical insights for students and scholars who are investigating the role and future of local journalism in a digital world.
Research  book  local  Hyperlocal  Journalism 
november 2016 by paulbradshaw
Twitter
Great to see my new MA students at conference - if you're there say hello to them!…
hyperlocal  tal16  from twitter
october 2016 by paulbradshaw
Twitter
What you can expect at unconference tomorrow (and a snapchat debut for )
hyperlocal  tal16  from twitter
october 2016 by paulbradshaw
A corner of Kings Cross that is forever Samoa, Seychelles, British Virgin Islands etc | Kings Cross Environment
#bcujournos @willperrin showing students how he used #PanamaPapers tool to look at offshore ownership locally
Hyperlocal  offshore  panamapapers  tax  bcujournos 
october 2016 by paulbradshaw
Controversial snooping technology 'used by at least seven police forces' | UK news | The Guardian
The Metropolitan police were previously known to have purchased IMSI (international mobile subscriber identity) technology. However, documents obtained by the Bristol Cable, a citizen’s media cooperative, indicate that at least six other police forces have bought the same hardware, also referred to as CCDC (covert communications data capture).
imsi  police  surveillance  bristolcable  Bristol  Hyperlocal  ij 
october 2016 by paulbradshaw
#TAL16
The original conference is coming back to Birmingham next Saturday!
TAL16  hyperlocal  from twitter
october 2016 by paulbradshaw
Reciprocity and the Hyperlocal Journalist: Journalism Practice: Vol 0, No 0
Increased interest in hyperlocal news has led to growing evidence of its economic value, its ability to play traditional democratic roles associated with news, and its merits and deficiencies in comparison with the outputs of a declining established commercial news industry. Given many hyperlocal producers cite the desire to play a role in producing better communities, this paper breaks new ground in examining the social and cultural dimensions of hyperlocal journalism’s news-making, community-building, and place-making roles. We examine this emergent cultural form’s affinity with telling stories, and enabling conversations, about civic and political concerns, but also its affinity with, and celebration of, the banal everyday. Employing the novel theoretical concept of reciprocal journalism, we provide new evidence about the mutually reinforcing online, and offline, practices that underpin relationships between producers and the communities they inhabit and represent. Drawing on evidence from the most extensive multi-method study of UK hyperlocal news to date, it demonstrates the different kinds of direct and indirect reciprocal exchange practices common in community news, and shows how such work, often composed of journalistic and community-activist practices, can enable and foster relationships of sustained reciprocity which improve and strengthen both hyperlocal news and the communities it serves.
Hyperlocal  Research 
september 2016 by paulbradshaw
Hyperlocal News Coverage: A Population Ecology Perspective - Mass Communication and Society -
Adopting a population ecology perspective, this study tests the influence of population-level factors on news coverage in hyperlocal websites. Specifically, level of legitimacy of the hyperlocal website population is assessed as a predictor of frequency and favorability of coverage of local businesses and government organizations. Traditional “field level” predictors from media sociology are also examined. Among the field-level factors tested, professional background of staff and affiliation with traditional media organizations proved most important in explaining favorability of coverage, and level of advertising was an important predictor of frequency of coverage. The level of the population’s legitimacy also corresponded significantly with frequency of coverage. Results suggest that factors related to the population level and to institutionalization over time are relevant, even for the hyperlocal website, a relatively young and idiosyncratic media form. These factors warrant attention in future research.
Hyperlocal  Research 
july 2016 by paulbradshaw
Rochdale News | News Headlines | Danczuk claims £500 on expenses for 'crisis management' over Christmas - Rochdale Online
A Freedom of Information request for a copy of the invoice was submitted by Rochdale Online to the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) who provided a redacted version with the name of the recipient 'consultant' removed.

The invoice states:

Parliamentary media relations work over Christmas period.
Two days work. Crisis management and handling a high volume of media inquiries.
foieg  Hyperlocal  expenses  ipsa 
july 2016 by paulbradshaw
HODOR | hyperlocal open data open resource
A guide to open data for hyperlocal journalists.
OpenData  Hyperlocal  blog  HTL16 
june 2016 by paulbradshaw
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